My brother’s laptop died so I lent him mine. When I got it back, the computer no longer respond to the track pad.
“What the heck man, you just broke my laptop.” said I, actually very happy because I wanted an i7 less-than-3-pounds laptop for a while.
The happiness only lasted for splits of a second, for I knew from the bottom of my heart I was never going to lavishly buy a new laptop when the current one hasn’t declare itself R.I.P. Surprisingly, it works with a mouse. So for a while, I would go around classes and office hours with my silly wired mouse.
This went on for 2 weeks.
One day I was testing my function keys—one of them is disabling trackpad. My brother must have accidentally pressed. Everything is fine now.
What’s the moral of the story? How can I not be able to fix a silly trackpad when I major in computer science?
It was raining.
I walked out of Soda Hall (UC Berkeley computer science building) and saw the soft drizzle that moistens the air. I had studied entire day and was ready to head home. But this rare sight changed my mind. Continue reading “Rain.”
What is you name?
People ask me this question way too much.
Well, you can call me Mong. Official name is Mong H. Ng. I like to write it as MOng at one point (Do you see why? Mong H. Ng). Later a certain Albert pointed out MoNg is more fitting. Now I tell people to call me CK. It stands for my name initials. Continue reading “Why Do You Have So Many Names?”
As a computer scientists, I suppose my first post should be Hello world.
So why am I even starting this blog? No one would read it!
I recalled myself attempting to write a blog three times before. All failed miserably. Why do I think I will persevere this time? Continue reading “Hello world, Why Blog?”